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So now that you’ve decided to start a food blog and already picked a name for it, the next thing you need to think about is where to place you blog. Imagine your content as you furniture and appliances and your blogging platform your home. Without a hous where you can place your belongings, you would look like a homeless person on the World Wide Web.
That’s why it is important that you determine where to place your blog? The famous choices among bloggers are WordPress and Blogger.
The Common Things between WordPress and Blogger
WordPress and Blogger are unique and offer features of their own, both platforms have similarities. First, you can register for free, which is ideal if you’re still testing whether blogging is for you or not.
Second, they come with customizable themes and both offers responsive website design. This means that your blog, whether it’s hosted on WordPress or Blogger, can be viewed on various mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Third, it allows you to easily manage your posts and comments, which you can do straight from your CMS dashboard. Lastly, they offer website stats for your blog that shows the number of hits and source of online traffic that your content acquires.
Blogger: The Good and Not-so-good
If you’re new to blogging, I highly recommend that you set up your blog on Blogger. I’m not saying this just because I’m using Google’s content management system. I recommend Blogger because it’s user-friendly, making it easy for beginners to set up a blog, choose a theme and customize it.
Another cool thing about Blogger is that it automatically lists blogs on Google—and we all know that Google is the number one search engine in the planet. Furthermore, you can easily set up Google AdSense on your site, provided that you adhere with the...